The Search XR is simultaneously non-conformist yet familiar, pushing the limits of what you'd expect from a drop bar bike. With tire clearance up to 700 x 45c (or 650B x 2.1"), rack, fender and bottle mounts, and a lightweight carbon frame, the Search XR is an all-new breed of adventurer that takes you off the beaten path and allows you to ride every road and trail your heart desires. Explore singletrack, bomb down fire roads, tackle a gravel grinder or load up for a bikepacking trip - better yet, check "all of the above". We designed the Search XR for all the adventures you can imagine, and for those you have yet to dream up.
Will include Blackburn Outpost frame bag, top tube bag, and seat bag; as well as Lezyne Frame Pump, and Stainless Bottle Cages for an extra $200.
Less than 500 miles. One bikepacking trip on it. Light scratches on frame from bag.
2016 Norco Revolver 9XX FS
Size X-Large, Asking $3500
Ridden for a few months. My third Revolver FS. These are great bikes and this is the best one. The DT Carbon wheels make it crazy light and the Rockshox Full Sprint makes this the best race ready Revolver model.
Absolute Black Oval 32T Chainring (Red), KMC DLC 11-Speed Chain (Blk/Red), and Supacaz Grizips (Red), all recently added. Original parts available for the right price.
Norco's Revolver 9XX FS is the perfect companion for the single-minded, speed-obsessed rider. Its feathery, stiff, brutally fast high-modulus carbon frame helps you float up hills with 100mm of Monarch XX-enabled travel that keeps traction on point. On the business end, the ultra-smooth, 100mm-travel RockShox RS1 fork delivers premium control with pinpoint steering precision. The Revolver stays easily at speed thanks to wicked-fast 29-inch carbon rims from DT Swiss wrapped in equally fast Vittoria Mezcal III G+ treads. SRAM's beautifully simple XX1 drivetrain gives you 11 speeds to tackle any terrain, and SRAM's Guide Ultimate brakes give you the pinnacle of braking. Finished out with an 3T carbon bar, stem, and seatpost, you've got a rig so light (22 lbs) it will seem unfair. But in the wild, wild world of XC racing, you've got to latch onto every advantage.
MSRP $7415 USD
FRAMESET FRAME Revolver 9XX Carbon FS high modulus frame, 100mm travel FORK Rockshox RS 1 29 100mm w/Full Sprint lock REAR SHOCK Rockshox Monarch XX with full sprint
DRIVETRAIN SHIFTER REAR Sram XX1 11sp w/match maker REAR DERAILLEUR Sram XX1 11 sp long cage CASSETTE Sram XG 1180 11 sp 10-42T BOTTOM BRACKET Pressfit BB 92 CRANKSET Race Face Next SL carbon 11 speed (34T Round Ring Included) CHAINRING Absolute Black Oval 32T (Ano Red) PEDALS Not Included CHAIN KMC DLC X11
COMPONENTS SEAT POST 3T Team Stealth Post Carbon 420 31.6 SADDLE WTB SL-8 Saddle HEADSET Cane Creek 40 series tapered (integrated) STEM 3T Team Stealth Stem w/ Ti bolts HANDLEBAR 3T Flat 740 Team Stealth Carbon 31.8 UD mat GRIPS Supacaz Grizips (Red) FRONT BRAKE Sram Guide Ultimate hydraulic disc REAR BRAKE Sram Guide Ultimate hydraulic disc BRAKE LEVERS Sram Guide Ultimate HEADSET SPACER 1x10mm - Black / 1x5mm - Black SHIFTER CASING Jagwire BRAKE ROTORS Sram Centerline 180mm front/ 160mm rear
2015 Electra Cruiser 1
$250, One Size
Simple at heart, Electra's Cruiser 1 lets you go anywhere in comfort. It features a classic Electra steel frame, a plush seat, wide bars, quality wheels and treaded tires that are equally at home on pavement and dirt. Plus, with Electra's Flat Foot Technology, you can put your feet flat on the ground whenever you want for total control.
Loaded with vintage Electra style, the Amsterdam Classic 3i's light and nimble-handling Electra aluminum frame and included features serve up a heaping portion of everyday practicality. The lightweight aluminum wheels, fenders, built-in pedal-powered lighting system and 3-speed drivetrain with fully-enclosed chain make a fine city bike for commuting and getting around, and one with a comfortable upright riding position, too. While co-workers and passersby enjoy your impeccable sense of style, you'll savor the zippy ride, plush seat, simple-to-operate shifting and convenience of having everything you need, from lights to a handy rack along for every ride.
This bike has seen it's share of riding. Overall condition I would rate 5 out of 10. We did a full tune up replacing the parts it needed. We re-engineered the generator powered headlight, and modified the taillight to a motion activated one.
Blue Book value on this bike ranges from $230-$375
1987 Centurion Accordo
Size 58cm, Asking $200
This upper, entry level model featured a Tange Infinity main triangle with stays and forks from hi-tensile steel. Derailleurs were Shimano Light Action, with Exage used in 1989. First introduced in 1985 as the Accordo RS it would remain in the Centurion line up until 1989 when the Centurion name was dropped and they started carrying the Diamondback name.
We changed all of the cables, housing, handlebars, grips, and saddle. This bike has been tuned up and is ready to ride!